Description of the intervention:
Construction of a structure for a riding school, with steel pillars to constitute the earthquake-resistant system, while the double-slope roof is made by means of main and secondary wooden beams, the thrust of which is absorbed by suitably sized steel tie rods and connected. In the head frames there is a wooden hut that acts as an infill, while the foundation apparatus, to minimize the use of material, is designed as direct plinths connected by curbs. There is a steel bracing system on both the façade and the pitch.
Earthquake-resistant steel structure, wooden roof with steel tie rods